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So is there a cheaper way to get that entire private jet to yourself to really impress your friends and family? The answer is yes. It’s called and an empty leg, which is repositioning flight that takes place after the aircraft dropped off its last full paying charter passengers and now has to fly to another airport to pick up its next group, or sometimes for the aircraft and crew to come back to their base after dropping off customers and various combinations.
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Same on return flight except we arrived a good half hour early but crew jumped to task and loaded us and dogs promptly for return. Only item worth mentioning was during climb out to altitude both my wife and I heard numerous bumping sound on both sides of fuselage up and down the sides and top. We have owned our own planes and owned shares in jets through Flight Options and chartered often over the years and we have never had this type of noise. It almost sounded like rivets coming out or random bird strikes (which I knew it was not). I mentioned it to the co-pilot and he told me to report it so maintenance could be sure to check it out. Said it may be a maintenance issue on an older aircraft but a first for me. After attaining altitude the noise did not reoccur. All else went according to schedule and the pilots were very professional and assisted on and off with dogs and luggage. I would use again this service. Thank
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Chaque avion a son équipage afin d'amener les passagers à destination en toute sécurité. On retrouve donc le salaire du personnel de bord dans le prix d'un jet privé. La majorité des avions requiert la présence de deux pilotes. Seuls quelques modèles, plus petits, ne nécessitent qu'un pilote. En fonction du nombre de passagers et de leurs besoins, il faut rajouter le personnel de cabine. Chaque personne employée reçoit non seulement un salaire, mais également une prise en charge de leurs frais de transport, d'hébergement et de restauration.
Mis le vol régulier de luxe n’est pas encore pour demain, et il reste difficile de s’organiser longtemps à l’avance pour bénéficier de ces super tarifs. La compagnie, elle, joue sur le fait de ne pas repartir à vide, d’avoir un avion en vol le maximum du temps, ce qui lui permet de proposer des billets moins cher. Pour l’instant, la star de la compagnie reste le trajet entre Ibiza et Palma de Majorque.
Au début des années 90, les bénéfices se trouvaient du côté du concept du taxi aérien, propulsé par une nouvelle génération de petits jets privés. L’ancien président de la compagnie aérienne American Airlines, Robert Crandall, et le fondateur de People Express, Donald Burr, soutinrent une entreprise du nom de Pogo qui ne prit jamais son envol. Une autre entreprise du même acabit, DayJet, sombra avant même d’avoir fait ses premiers pas. Le concept du taxi aérien ne décolla jamais.